Microsoft has announced the next back of games that will soon be available on Xbox Game Pass. On the console side of the service subscribers can expect Tekken 7, Frostpunk, and Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet. Meanwhile, over on the PC side players will gain access to Frostpunk and FTL. The announcement was made on Twitter.
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In our Tekken 7 review Dave wrote:
Tekken 7 is a phenomenal fighting game experience and one I’d highly recommend. It’s by no means perfect, as the game is not without a few technical issues online, some long loading times, and minor continuity errors, yet as far as most people will be concerned, it delivers a stunning, up-to-date fighting game experience from one of the masters of arcade fighting games. A solid return to form.
You can read the full review here. In our Frostpunk review Jason summarised by saying:
Frostpunk is a horrifyingly playable post-apocalyptic survival game that demands more out of you than most games ever could. Each decision and each sacrifice you make is hard on your city and on you. There are so many impossible choices and no win situations that the game is almost hard to play, but it’s so compelling that you will be unable to step away from it. The only real negative is the sheer overwhelming nature of the world the game is set in, and really that is more of a compliment to the designers than anything else. Frostpunk is a truly harrowing game in the best possible way and one that will have you steeped in the harsh reality of eternal winter for dozens of hours to come.
You can read the Frostpunk review here. Finally, in our Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet review Dom said:
For fans of the anime, Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet is a great use of the license that brings some welcome changes to the series. There are still the recurring issues of pacing and a number of technical flaws that diminish the rest of the game’s achievements, but this hopefully sets a new benchmark for the franchise going forward.
That review is here.